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  1. Tributes have been paid across the US political divide to the late Republican leader Bob Dole.
  2. Visiting a camp in Greece, Francis calls the neglect of migrants the "shipwreck of civilisation".
  3. Several people have been injured during a demonstration against the country's military rulers.
  4. Rescuers are searching for survivors after Mt Semeru erupted in eastern Java on Saturday.
  5. Home Minister Amit Shah expresses "anguish" after troops fire on miners in the country's north-east.
  6. US and allies "deeply concerned" about human rights abuses against former Afghan security forces.
  7. The stones are believed to be from an Air India plane which crashed into the mountain in 1966.
  8. The electoral commission names Adama Barrow the winner despite his opponents questioning the vote.
  9. Researchers discover coastal species living on debris miles from their natural surroundings.
  10. The former US president is working to launch a social media app called Truth Social early next year.
  11. At least 23 die as a bus taking a church choir group to a wedding plunges into a flooded river.
  12. Despite engaging better with the African continent recently, the ex-colonial power faces a backlash.
  13. Long-serving senator, who recovered from terrible injuries to run for president, dies at 98
  14. Blanket vaccination mandates are on the agenda but do they work and what are their costs?
  15. Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of grooming girls for abuse by late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
  16. Parag Agrawal, Twitter's new CEO, is the latest of several Indian-Americans leading global tech firms.
  17. A British engineer believes he may help solve one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries.
  18. Previous incursions have led to accusations of looting and abuse, so will it be different this time?
  19. As F1 races in Saudi Arabia, can it be a positive thing for female and LGBT rights?
  20. Rape survivor Sgt Catherine Tladi has secured several convictions for rape in South Africa's courts.
  21. Jumping into an active volcano is just one way to spend the festive season, in news you may have missed this week.
  22. How abortion rights in the US look likely to be changed by a conservative majority Supreme Court.
  23. At least 26 million people are struggling for food across northern Kenya, Somalia and southern Ethiopia.
  24. Nuns, imams and Buddhist monks are among those sharing successful - and often fun - short-form videos on social media.